Painting the Still Life: 1-Day Workshop
About the instructor: Bruce Katz has been painting and drawing since childhood and, for the last ten years, has focused primarily on landscape and still life painting.
His main interest is painting directly from life, be it outdoors, on the city streets, or in his studio with a still life on the table.
Bruce lives in San Francisco and paints outdoors around the Bay Area and in his studio at Hunters Point Shipyard. He shows his work at San Francisco MOMA Artists Gallery at Fort Mason and various regional galleries and exhibits. He is available by appointment at his studio during the bi-annual Open Studio shows.
Learn more about Bruce Katz.
Title: Painting the Still Life: 1-Day Workshop
Instructor: Bruce Katz
Dates: February 7, 2015
Day & Time: Saturday 9:30am – 3:30pm
Description: For beginning and intermediate painters who want to learn to paint directly from life (or improve their painting), learning how to paint still life is a great way to go.
The goal of this workshop is to give students the confidence and the knowledge to continue developing as painters. Bruce Katz begins with a demonstration painting that gets the class started then follows with participants setting up and painting their own or shared still life subjects. He works with students individually in a hands-on, step-by-step fashion, guiding them from start to finish while focusing on aspects of the process from composition, drawing, color, value, and paint handling.
Students learn the process of creating successful still life paintings using oil paint, water-soluble oils or acrylics.
Cost: $80 Members; $95 Non-members
Medium: Oil, acrylics
Materials: Materials list will be sent upon registration.
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